Frequently Asked Questions
A: International China Concern is a Christian development organisation that provides love, hope and opportunity to children with disabilities and strives to end abandonment by keeping families together.
A: Since 2007, supporters around the world have walked thousands of kilometres, figuratively covering the Great Wall of China’s 21,196 km many times over. When you ask family and friends to donate or walk with you, each dollar you raise will help children and young adults in China overcome the many challenges they face.
A: Walk the Wall has been one of ICC’s largest and most important fundraising events. On average, Walk the Wall has 4,000 participants globally and fundraises about $400,000 annually. Every dollar donated empowers ICC to provide life saving, holistic care to children and families who are in crisis. With your support, ICC’s love surrounds each child with special education, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, life skills training, and vocational training. While Covid-19 has kept us at a social distance, it has not separated us from the reality that children and families in China need love, hope and opportunity. We’re blessed that partners like you are coming together to help us raise awareness and critical funding for International China Concern.
A: Register by clicking on your country listed at the bottom of our home page. It just takes a second to sign up as an individual, join a team, or create a team of your own.
A: Thank you for your generous gift, your donation will provide vulnerable children and families with the tools they need to grow and thrive. Please click here to donate today.
A: The beauty of Walk the Wall is that it gives you the opportunity to invite your network into this movement through social media. Every share on social media helps raise awareness about the children and families whose lives have been changed forever through your support . So even the click of a button can make a difference!
Questions on how to use Fundrazr:
A: Fundrazr is the platform ICC is using for participants to donate, register and create their own campaign pages to share among their network. This is the link to the Walk the Wall main website where you can find links to Fundrazr pages for individual country.
A: Yes, even after registering as an individual, you can go into your settings to switch to a team campaign and allow people to join you. However, you can not switch from a team campaign into an individual campaign.
A: Once you’ve opened up your campaign, we encourage you to start customizing!
You can customize and edit by clicking the pen icon. You’ll be able to customize the following:
- Change your campaign title
- Change your banner photo
- Add/ Change your profile picture
- Add your story and why you are walking in support of ICC children.
A: Your story is how you connect with ICC and why you’re walking with us. Have you volunteered at one of our homes in China? Do you personally know someone with a disability? Have you adopted or sponsored a child from ICC? Do you have a passion to see Chinese society love and embrace people with disabilities?
A: Sharing your story helps your community understand your passion for ICC and why you will walk. There are a couple of ways you can share your story. You can share your story on your fundrazr campaign page and social media. You can even share about why you’re walking with ICC on your next family video call! We encourage you to share your story especially during this time of Covid, because more than ever, we need something that brings our community together.
A: For detailed instructions visit Fundrazr.
- Under the picture on your campaign page, click the Email button.
- Enter your email address in the pop-up box that appears. You can also add a personal message.
- Add your friends’ email addresses to “Recipients”.
- You can preview the email, and when you are ready hit “Send”!
Thank You. Now all you have to do is JUST MOVE for China’s most vulnerable children!
International China Concern's mission is to provide love, hope and opportunity to vulnerable children in China. If you would like to know more about ICC, please visit chinaconcern.org.